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Great White Sharks, Have You Seen One? By Carter Rackers
How do you know you’ve seen a great white shark? They are grey on the top and white on the bottom. They are huge so they are easier to see. Another way you could notice them is because their tail is shaped like a crescent moon.
The great white sharks climate. The great white mostly lives in oceans off of North America, South America, Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia, and New Zealand. In the fall female sharks move to warmer waters, like the coast of Florida, to give birth to their pups. If you have ever been to a beach, you could of seen a great white shark.
How to take care of a great white sharks. To feed them you will need to feed them seals, fish, and other meat. A big meal can keep a shark fed for up to 2 months. They need water because they have to swim and breath through water. They need water to keep swimming. They need shelter to protect themselves from other predators.
Adaptation-the great white shark’s razor teeth The great white shark’s teeth are razor sharp and HUGE. The great white sharks teeth are like knifes that help him take a BIG chunk of meat out of his prey. Did you know that sharks do not chew their food?
Adaptation-the great white sharks moon tail The great white shark’s tail helps it keep moving. It helps it swim after its prey when its prey swims away. The great white shark’s tail is shaped like a crescent moon.
Adaptation-the great white sharks HUGE snout The great white shark can smell really good. The great white shark does not breath through his nose. The great white shark can smell one drop of blood in twenty five gallons of water.
Adaptation-the great white sharks gills The great white shark usually have five or six gills. The gills take in oxygen from the water. Air holes on the side of the sharks head help keep sand out of the gills.
Do Sharks Have Friends? A fish called a remora helps the shark. It eats parasites off the shark’s skin. This keeps the sharks from getting sick. The sharks scare away animals that might eat the remora. The keeps the remoras safe. Killer whales are the only animals strong enough to attack sharks.